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7/22/2013 6:02:00 AM
Column: Mayor Filner to face familiar crowd
Argus Hamilton
Argus Hamilton
Argus Hamilton
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San Diego's mayor Rob Filner refused to resign Thursday after more accusations of misconduct. This week he's actually going to address a benefit for sexual assault victims. There's very little he can say to this crowd except, perhaps, how nice it is to see them again.

Great Britain enacted a landmark new law Wednesday when Queen Elizabeth signed a bill making gay marriage legal in England. It's official. Duchess Camilla is starting to get annoyed because people keep asking her if she can stop wearing those dresses now.

Keith Olbermann was hired by ESPN to host a late-night talk show. He was first let go by KCBS, then by ESPN, then Fox then MSNBC, then NBC, then Current TV. If Civil War cannons had been fired as often as Keith Olbermann, our nation's capital would be Atlanta.

House of Cards with Kevin Spacey scored many Emmy nominations Friday. It reveals the world of politics as a life of lying, manipulation, double crossing and blackmail and access granted in return for sexual favors and cash. There is also a negative side to politics.

Twinkies arrived on grocery store shelves Thursday to the joy of Twinkie lovers in the U.S. Scientists say it's the one food that can survive a nuclear war. The mothers of Baby Boomers put Hostess Twinkies in our Howdy Doody lunch boxes every day so in case the Russians attacked we wouldn't starve under the desk waiting for Khruschev to cool off.

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